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  1. killerplantsguy

    How slow is N. macrophylla?

    This plant is about 50cm across and the pitcher 24cm high. I've had it over 14 years, and it was good sized, maybe 10cm, when I received it from Tony P. So yes, it grows really slowly... Cheers, Paul
  2. killerplantsguy

    Heliamphora labels switched?

    Somehow I must have switched the labels on these hybrids created by Butch Tincher. At least I'm 99%certain that's the case. If you see this, Butch, please comment. This one is labeled H. sarraceniodes x folliculata This one is labeled H. sarraceniodes x parva Looking at the nectar spoons...
  3. killerplantsguy

    Heliamphora 'patasola'

    Hey Butch, That's a beautiful plant and a nice choice for a cultivar name. Cheers, Paul
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  5. killerplantsguy

    Pitcher of the Month July 2017

    OK, this completes the trio: N. villosa
  6. killerplantsguy

    My first potential Heliamphora cultivar, candidates?

    Yes, indeed! Pokie, you have a real beauty on your hands, so to speak...
  7. killerplantsguy

    My first potential Heliamphora cultivar, candidates?

    Amazing, Av8tor! Here's another parva x folliculata: I'm going to move it to a brighter spot, but sometimes I like the base green with just some darker pigmented areas.
  8. killerplantsguy

    Pitcher of the Month November 2015

    Nepenthes veitchii (m) EP from seed: Cheers, Paul
  9. killerplantsguy

    Nepenthes boschiana Pollen Available Soon

    Well, I'm a bit disappointed. My female N. boschiana blooms frequently, so I went out and took a look. Unfortunately, there is only one inflorescence, and it's too far along.???
  10. killerplantsguy

    LETs SEE YOUR HAMATA's! (photo thread)

    Thanks for the kind comments. Regarding the "Red Hairy" hamata, I guess a lot of people want to grow this plant because it is pretty rare. Frankly, I think the true Nepenthes hamata is a superior plant. It is much easier to cultivate and , IMHO, more attractive. Also, none of the few I have...
  11. killerplantsguy

    Some new pics from here and there.....

    Nice work - I really admire that N. khasiana
  12. killerplantsguy

    LETs SEE YOUR HAMATA's! (photo thread)

    Fine looking plants, everyone! I took a few quick pics this afternoon: Wistiba clone 3 BE-158 John de Kanel clone - BE And for fun, the red cousin Cheers, Paul
  13. killerplantsguy

    Next on Springer: "My Nepenthes is a TRANNY!"

    Gentlemen, you are cracking me up... My only experience has been with N. 'Isle de France' -- plant is labeled male, but it produced a bunch of female flowers this past year. It could be an error on the label, I suppose. The pitchers are spot on for the cultivar.
  14. killerplantsguy

    Handheld hand holding pitcher pictures

    Thanks to all for the kind remarks... Here's the whole plant: Cheers, Paul
  15. killerplantsguy

    Handheld hand holding pitcher pictures

    Just a few more: N. singalana x hamata BE - seed N. izumiae x veitchii EP -seed N. izumiae x xtrusmadiensis EP- seed N. veitchii (m) EP - seed (no hand!) Cheers, Paul
  16. killerplantsguy

    Different Heliamphora parvas?

    Francois: It was a a division of mature plant, when I won it in the NASC Auction over two years ago.
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